Baby Naming

New Born    Gender Change    Name Change after Divorce    Adoption    Step Parenting


A Baby Naming or Baby Blessing ceremony is the ideal option for those who do not attend church or would rather not include religion in their celebrations, however, unlike a Humanist service, spiritual and religious content can be included if you wish. (Please remember, the legal aspect of naming your child is at the point of registration at your local Register Office). 


Having a Naming ceremony allows you the freedom to have a personal service created just for you and your family to celebrate the life of the child.  This can be a new-born, adoption or a child or children coming into the family through marriage.  The beautiful thing is, a person can have a naming ceremony at any age.  God/Goddess parents or Nurturing/Supportive Parents will pledge to look after your child and will be involved in the ceremony.


I look forward to creating and delivering your ceremony filled with meaning and love.

The charge for my services starts at £325

  • This includes:

  • 2-hour face to face meeting with you

  • We will work together to create a unique service

  • A ‘run through’ before the service

  • The inclusion of family or traditional customs if required

  • Edits and changes

  • I can guide you on appropriate readings and prose

  • We will have contact after our initial meeting via phone, email or Skype

  • Delivering the service

  • Optional sand, pebble or candle ceremony

  • Explanations throughout the ceremony if necessary, so that everyone feels involved

  • A copy of your ceremony

  • A certificate signed by me and your witnesses

  • I can adapt my style of dress to fit the occasion if required

  • Location within a 30-mile radius of Hertfordshire*.

I am able to offer a hardback 'coffee table' style book personally created for you to remember the event.  Price on application.


*Travel/accommodation expenses may be added dependent on location.

Please note, a 25% deposit is required at the first meeting




“It was a wonderful day, I wish we could do this every weekend. 

Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, or should we say merci beaucoup? 😊

Kay and James (held in France)”